Working groups to analyse AML rulings

Financial Crime

Owen said a ‘know your customer’ (KYC) working group the FSA had established will be producing a progress report in October on the rules the government imposed on the industry in this area. The group, composed of more than 45 individuals drawn from financial services, law enforcement and regulatory agencies, has spent several months on a variety of questions. These include the value of asking potential clients for a proof of address in the form of a utility or phone bill; what the real needs of

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